Disaster Recovery

Businesses use information technology to quickly and effectively process information. Employees use electronic mail and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephone systems to communicate. Electronic data interchange (EDI) is used to transmit data including orders and payments from one company to another. Servers process information and store large amounts of data. Desktop computers, laptops and wireless devices are used by employees to create, process, manage and communicate information. What do you do when your information technology stops working?

Did you know an information technology disaster recovery plan (IT DRP) should be developed in conjunction with the business continuity plan? Priorities and recovery time objectives for information technology should be developed during the business impact analysis. Technology recovery strategies should be developed to restore hardware, applications and data in time to meet the needs of the business recovery.

Businesses large and small create and manage large volumes of electronic information or data. Much of that data is important. Some data is vital to the survival and continued operation of the business. The impact of data loss or corruption from hardware failure, human error, hacking or malware could be significant. A plan for data backup and restoration of electronic information is essential.

RedRock not only has experience with DR, but with development of a proper DR framework and the necessary components to ensure the plan is developed and periodically tested.

Whether your organization simply needs a plan or the technology to maintain and ensure a working disaster recovery program, RedRock can assist.